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Folk Duo Woven Hearts entertaining members and visitors.

Members enjoying the casserole lunch in July

2022 Event Schedule

Wed   24 August 22 

General Meeting – Ron SIBLEY – “Wedding Celebrant Experiences”
Speaker –    Sandra MORE - “Romania – a Patchwork of Cultures”

Wed   28 September 22

General Meeting – Speaker – Keith TUCKER – “Surprise Topic”

Fri   14 October 22

Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre – “Denis Walter” followed by
Plough Inn, Tarrawingee – LUNCH

Wed   26 October 22

General Meeting – Donna RUPP “Real Estate – Buying & Selling”

Sun 13 November 22

Wangaratta RSL Club – LUNCH – followed by
Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre – “Victoria Welsh Choir”

Wed   14 December 22 XMAS LUNCH

About Us

Probus Clubs are non-fundraising and non-service Clubs that operate for the benefit of providing “Fun, Friendship and Fellowship” for its members.

Social activities include group lunches at various venues, or participating in our popular “Casserole Lunch” with the food being provided by members; day trips to theatre functions; and outings to points of interest throughout the district; participating in the Club’s team in the Community Bowls competition.

In past years members have enjoyed numerous day trips to many of the region’s scenic, historic, culinary, and quirky places of interest with, of course, good food and fellowship along the way. We still continue to arrange theatre outings, lunches, picnics, and other social functions as often as we can.

Membership of the Bright Probus Club is open to both men and women.
Our meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday of the month except December, and are highlighted by topical and interesting guest speakers. Meetings commence at 10.00am, and are usually held at the Bright Bowls Club, Churchill Avenue.

Both new members and visiting Probians can be assured of a warm welcome at our meetings. Emphasis is placed on minimising formality and promoting fellowship.
After our AGM in March most members stayed on to enjoy a tasty lunch at the Bright Chalet.
We celebrated our 30th anniversary at the April meeting; this was followed by the induction of two new members.

In July 42 members and guests enjoyed a communal winter casserole lunch whilst being entertained by local folk duo Woven Hearts. Woven Hearts performed a number of songs, both covers of well-known songs and some of their own compositions. It was an intimate concert enjoyed by both our members and visitors alike.

For further information on the wider Probus Club organisation please visit

Members enjoying the Changeover lunch in March

Life Member Keith Ashfold and Foundation Member Derrick Rolland cutting 30th Anniversary cake.



Members enjoying morning tea at one of our meetings.


For further information about our club or activities contact our Secretary

Phone 03 5750 1811, Mail -Box 45 Bright,3741 . Email -